As more conservatives stand their ground, it could force a showdown on H.R. 1, the House-passed bill that cuts $61 billion in spending and defunds Obamacare. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has refused to bring the bill to the floor or offer an alternative.
“We need to pass the budget for this year to make sure the government is funded,” DeMint said. “And then we need to get on to serious reforms of the government that cut the cost of the things we do here.”
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Well this will be … interesting. Sure. Let’s use that word. It should be interesting. This is a live feed from the Trump HQ where you’ll be able to watch. It is dropping in and out a bit but will hopefully be solid once the speech begins. That’s the live feed. Of the headquarters for Donald Trump. Who people | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES Based on the exit polling they have seen thus far, CNN has already called New Hampshire for both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, which is not a huge surprise. This indicates probably that the results will not be as close as some would have hoped. The key pieces of drama remain: who will finish second in the GOP? How | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES The polls are closed in New Hampshire. Well … mostly closed. But already MSNBC has called it for Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton. And for Republicans … Donald Trump. React accordingly. We await what will surely be one of the most … interesting victory speeches maybe in Republican Primary history. Denver to Host 2016 RedState Gathering…click here for more | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES The lines in New Hampshire are crazy. And it seems that some polling places will be staying open late to accommodate them. Polls Staying Open Late in N.H. Town Due to Long Lines https://t.co/Btu1TiHFSD — Massachusetts News (@Massachusetts00) February 10, 2016 And check out these two reports, one from CNN and one from MSNBC, both in the last 30 | Read More »
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES So Decision Desk HQ (formerly the Ace of Spades Decision Desk) has released their exit polling data and if this holds up, it is great news for Donald Trump, very good news for John Kasich and bad news for Marco Rubio. As for Chris Christie, he can go home: Trump 36% Cruz 15% Kasich 15% Rubio 11% Bush 10% | Read More »